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    Vaucher Freres Early Gilt Quarter Hour Repeater, circa 1780
    Case: 52 mm, gilt open face, pierced edges, inner steel bell, plunger pendant, side box hinge
    Dial: enamel, Arabic numerals, black minute marks, gilt hands
    Movement: no. 7563, verge fusee, fire gilt, pierced two-footed cock with steel coqueret, steel hammers, inner case bell
    Signed: double signed Vaucher Freres on movement and inner dust cap

    Condition Report*: Type: Vaucher Freres Quarter Hour Repeater
    Signed: Vaucher Freres
    Model: no,7563
    Dial: enamel with Roman numerals
    Hands; gilt
    Metal: gilt
    Case Info: pierced edges, inner steel bell, plunger pendant
    Case Width: 52 mm
    Crystal: glass, bulls eye
    Watch Movement: gilt, verge fusee, silver disc regulator, hammers strike on inner bell, signed "Vaucher Freres"
    Circa: 1780
    Condition: movement ticks and strikes bell well, servicing is recommended. dial good but with edge chips. case average
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    May, 2008
    20th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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